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Thomas Paul Young

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Thomas Paul Young
1965 - 2023

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Thomas James Young passed away at due to complex medical issues on Thursday, October 12, 2023, at the age of 57.

Tom was born on November 5, 1965 to Thomas Joseph Young and Linda Morvant Young. He was a native of Jennings, LA and a resident of Houma, LA for most of his adult life and then New Iberia, LA for his last few years here on Earth.

Tom is survived by his fiancé of several years and dedicated caregiver for the past year, Sherri Stewart; daughter, Haley and husband Lance Romero, together with their two young daughters - Tom’s granddaughters; brother, Tony Young; sister, Cindy Hains; mother, Linda M. Young; along with other extended family. Tom was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Joseph Young.

Tom worked offshore his entire adult life and on his days off, he enjoyed fishing, watching LSU & Saints football games, cooking, computer gaming and trying his luck occasionally on the slots. Tom also formed an unlikely friendship with Sherri’s emotional support animal - a very clever (and fat) black cat named Gatsby. When Tom was hospitalized over a year prior to his passing, he never stopped asking about Gatsby’s wellbeing and latest antics. It was also quite obvious that Gatsby missed Tom as well for he continued to look for him around the house for many months. Sherri now finds great comfort from having Gatsby at her side as they both miss Tom and mourn his passing together.

There will be no memorial per Tom’s wishes.

"Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow."